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Magazine purveyor offers single titles or packages that pertain to cooking, news & fashion with popular titles such as Newsweek & Nylon

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Expires Feb 15th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per order. Online only. Not valid for Canada. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Magazines, unlike Santa Claus, are glossy, always plugged into popular trends, and free of scruffy facial hair that might irritate one's cheeks during hugs. Crack a stubble-free spine with today's Groupon for magazine subscriptions from Blue Dolphin Magazines online. Choose from the following options:

  • For $10, you get a one-year, 54-issue subscription to Newsweek (a $39 value).

  • For $20, you get a two-year, 108-issue subscription to Newsweek (a $78 value).

  • For $30, you get a holiday-cooking package (a $59.90 value) with one-year subscriptions to the following magazines:
    • Food & Wine
    • Cooking with Paula Deen
    • EatingWell

  • For $17, you get a one-year subscription to Golfweek (a $35 value).

  • For $26, you get a women’s living package (a $53.79 value) with one-year subscriptions to the following magazines:
    • Women’s Health
    • Prevention
    • Yoga Journal

  • For $10, you get a two-year subscription to Nylon Magazine (a $19.94 value).

  • For $19, you get a men’s living package (a $39.91 value) with one-year subscriptions to the following magazines:
    • Men’s Health
    • Maxim

With a barrage of consumer-friendly magazine titles catering to all interests, Blue Dolphin Magazines' e-store boasts an array of subscriptions ideal for gift-giving or personal enlightenment. Golfweek helps outdoor-faring players hatch their next hole-in-one stories, and Nylon gives readers innovative style tips. Health-minded types can take ongoing abdominal advice to torso via Men's Health, or reflect on a life of style and swagger with Maxim. Wellness-oriented women might flip through Women’s Health or Prevention for tips on crafting a healthy diet, or they might peruse Yoga Journal to develop flexibility and acceptance toward tight yoga pants. Chefs-in-training refer to Food & Wine, Cooking with Paula Deen, and EatingWell for recipes and culinary tips. And the most well-read subscribers may show up on a televised quiz show with stacks of Newsweek scattering the green room floor. Each title fits into any reading room, whether it houses couches, barber chairs, or ornately decorative porcelain chairs.

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